Per Matt Horrors transcend time and place. This theory must have been taken to heart by Writer-Director Leigh Janiak, who weaved it into, around and out of a storyline that spans more than 300 years in the Netflix Fear Street… Continue Reading →
Per Matt The very best of AMC’s FearFest is back with a vengeance! Halloween arrives early as Eli Roth’s History of Horror debuts before the mid-way point of October, ensuring more than enough mayhem ensues in October.
Per Matt For the love of Edison, I’ve seen the light!
Much like the resurrected corpses in Stephen King’s story, Pet Sematary returns to movie theaters 30 years later to once again terrorize horror fans. But sometimes, dead really is better.
I’ve been watching a lot more Troma lately than ever before and, in the midst of the schlocky, absurdist humor I’ve found in titles like Slimed and Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters, I’ve forgotten that sometimes they get behind an… Continue Reading →
I am not sure why Mother! has been marketed the way that is has, perhaps simply because they had no idea how to market the film. Actually, I’m not even sure how this movie got made. It almost felt like… Continue Reading →
It’s been a slow adoption for me. Part One of The Walking Dead: Michonne seemed a little slow and snoozy up until the conflict of Monroe. Part Two was more exciting, especially given the cliffhanger of the first installment. Part… Continue Reading →